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POL 106 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Political Action Committee, Campaign Finance In The United States, Sampling Error


Department
Politics and Government
Course Code
POL 106
Professor
All
Study Guide
Midterm

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Federalism/reasons
for doctrine of implied powers
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Fiscal
federalism: (pg. 92)
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Expenditure of federal funds on programs run in

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parts through states and local governments
Dual
citizenship/dual federalism
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Concurrent
powers
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Reserved powers
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The powers granted to the states under the
tenths amendment to the constitution
Enumerated powers
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The seventeen powers granted to the national
government under Article 4, section 8 of the constitution
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Powers include taxation and the regulation of
commerce as well as the authority to provide for the national defense
Categorical
grants

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Federal grants-in-aid to states and local
governments that can be used only to designated projects
Block grants
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Federal grants-in-aid that permit state and
local officials to decide how the money will be spend within a general area,
such as education or health
History and
evolution of federalism
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Keynesian
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when times are bad government should deficit
spend…
Supply-side economics
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when times are bad, government should slash
taxes and regulations to promote businesses
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A form of fiscal policy that emphasizes “supply”
(production).
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